Historic City News readers are patriotically invited to attend the next open meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party, Tuesday evening June 25th at 6:30 p.m. in the Village Inn dining room located at 900 […]
The City of St. Augustine is giving Historic City News advance time this year to announce details and recommendations for attending our nation’s Independence Day celebration. The annual Fireworks over the Matanzas festivities have traditionally […]
Rep. Paul Renner went into the Legislative Session with the strongest fundraising in the House.
The controversial left-driven League of Women Voters is disappointing conservative Florida residents, once again, as they rush to register ex-felons to vote before a July 1st deadline that requires criminals to have fulfilled all financial […]
The Bartram Trail Branch Library notified local Historic City News reporters that they will be closed through September due to a replacement of the fire suppression system throughout the building.
St. Augustine’s first bike share program got a little closer to becoming a reality when the Historic Architectural Review Board issued “an opinion” of appropriateness to the city last week for the design of signage […]
Historic City News readers have been cheering since learning the news that Assistant City Manager Tim Burchfield will retire in October. Word that Meredith Breidenstein would replace him was confirmed by the St Augustine City […]
Paul M. Waldron, Chairman St Johns County District 3Board of County Commissioners Special to Historic City News The beaches of St. Johns County are home to several species of endangered or threatened sea turtles. Residents […]
Captured this grisly familiar scene for Historic City News after yet another crash on SR-A1A. This one occurred around 8:15 p.m. this evening, just north of R. B. Hunt Elementary School.